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    Re: BOTM 10/10: Sazerac Rye

    Quote Originally Posted by ODaniel View Post
    I've still never had a Rye. I've been eying the Sazerac for a long time. I wish I could have afforded the 18yr that came and went, and the Handy. I always end up getting bourbon instead. This may have to be my next bottle.
    Pikesville Rye is a very good introduction to ryes (if you are in any of the states that sell Pikesville). It is a wonderful Rye.

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    Re: BOTM 10/10: Sazerac Rye

    Quote Originally Posted by humchan2k View Post
    Could not disagree more strongly with the gent who suggest Overholt or Beam Rye. Those two, in my humble estimation, are the most worthless ryes on the market, bar none. ...

    See my other post, newcomer to rye, if you want to try something excellent, not break the bank and find out if you actually LIKE rye whiskey, go grab a bottle of Pikesville for $12-15...

    I hope you'll join the rye army, my friend...
    Pikesviille Rye is a wonderful rye and an excellent value. Although only sold in about 4 or 5 states, some of the internet sales sites sell it.

    Old Overholt was a top-notch rye pre-Prohibition. After production resumed after Prohibition, it was a decent rye. Nowadays, it shows no signs of returning to its previous glory days.

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    Re: BOTM 10/10: Sazerac Rye

    Quote Originally Posted by Shell View Post
    Pikesviille Rye is a wonderful rye and an excellent value. Although only sold in about 4 or 5 states, some of the internet sales sites sell it.

    Old Overholt was a top-notch rye pre-Prohibition. After production resumed after Prohibition, it was a decent rye. Nowadays, it shows no signs of returning to its previous glory days.


    It's pretty bad stuff, IMO.

 

 

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